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" beginning right now. >>> welcome to "the kudlow report". i'm larry kudlow. we're live here at 7:00 eastern, 4:00 pacific. two in one crimea, the ukraine where 2,000 russian troops moved in and what new government in kiev is calling an arms invasion. nbc news steve handelsman joins us now with more. good evening, steve. >> reporter: good evening. headline is definitely those russian troops, medium size force newly in ukraine. the question is, what is vladimir putin's plan? the day began with just a few russian troops seizing control of a pair of airports in crimea, southern ukraine, an area historically linked to russia with mostly russian speakers and a big russian naval place. then plane full of russian troops began flying in maybe 2,000 could be more said u.s. officials. russians earlier told secretary of state kerry they would not invade ukraine and said this troop movement was allowed in a treaty they previously had with ukraine but president obama came to the white house briefing room to urge putin to stop. >> any violation of ukraine's sovereigncy and territorial integrity would be d
. i'm larry kudlow. this is "the kudlow report." we are live here at 7:00 p.m. eastern and 4:00 p.m. pacific. we're going to go right to our expert panelists, take a look at the financial, the military and the strategic issues here. we have nick byrnes, former undersecretary of state, retired four star general barry mccaffrey and from the council of foreign relations, ben steele. general, if i may go to you first, sir. one of the big headlines, as you may know, russia to ukraine, surrender crimean forces or face a military storm. that storm is scheduled at 5:00 a.m. tomorrow, about 10:00 tonight. what's your take on that, a military storm coming? >> well, the only one thing i'm sure of in this entire crisis is the russians will never end a military stronghold to crimea. >> i don't hear general mccaffrey. let me go to -- >> studio, have you got this? >> i'm sorry. i'm disconnected from general mccaffrey. let me go to nick byrnes and see if he can answer -- we'll go to ben steele who's right here with me on set. do you think this deadline is for real and do you think there's going t
report beginning right now. >>> good evening everyone. i'm larry kudlow. this is the kudlow report. we're live here 4:00 pacific. the stocks closed at an all thyme low today. good evening robert. >> hi larry. we finally made it. closing highs across the board for the s&p 500, russell 2000 and mid cap. stocks slowly climbed higher as janet yellen in the senate. they're monitoring closely in case there's a fundamental problem. those were soothing words in the congress. she's got the wise grandma college professor way. the question was differential. jcpenney was up big time, loss not as bad as expected. the company said store sales would increase 3 to 4%. chicko closed the bottom. >>> back to ukraine. russia is getting more addre aggressi aggressive. good evening jim. >> the main flash point strategic because of the black sea base there. after scuffles with proe and antirussian protestors outside the parliament, this building was seized this morning by armed men with rpg's, ak 47's and sniper rifles. they raised the russian flag over the building where it's flyifly ing tonight. police sur
evening, i'm larry kudlow. this is the "kudlow report." we're live at p.m. eastern and 4:00 p.m. pacific. it was the best day of the year for the dow. markets in rally mode as ukraine tensions seemed to ease. bob joins us live with much more. >> this was a classic relief rally with historic highs in the s&p 500 but more than that, the highs in the mid cap and the small cap, the russell 2,000. this was a broad rally. we had roughly six to one declining. nine out of ten sectors in the s&p 500 were up. that's very unusual. health care was up as much as cyclical groups. a lot of traders assume the tension and the ukraine thing would go on a lot longer than this. it's not over obviously but there's a sense there's been a deescalation. the volatility dropped because of that. it shot from 14 to 16 yesterday and back to 14 today because even though it's unclear what the scope of the russian military action might be, an outright invasion of the whole country with tanks for example rolling into kiev looks unlikely. if this story stays relatively quiet tomorrow, the attention is going to quickly sh
the bell" starts right now. time to break down all of today's history-making market action. we have larry rosenthal, rosenthal wealth management the best criteria for picking winning stocks. darren sringa will tell us why he thinks the u.s. energy industry is global game-changer. of the chris gersch joining us from the pits of the cme. chris, 1850 on the s&p was one of these levels, 1848 if you are precise was the actual record to be broken but is 1850 all that important, breaking through that number? >> it is, david. 1850 is such a technical level that these traders right behind me are looking at. we hit that three types in january. made a triple top and pulled down to the 1750 level. the fact we're closing above that level is a huge bullish sign for these traders. liz: that is terrific news. we like to see that. larry, looking at things from a wealth management standpoint is number meaningful to you or have you been in this whole time and do you continue to be into stocks? >> we've been fully invested, liz, for quite some time, now of the we like equities. we like the market going forwa
well. i don't want you in atmel, but i want to, you a happy anniversary. can i go to larry in arkansas, please. larry? >> caller: yeah, jim, nice to hear from you. >> how are you? >> caller: good. i have a question about tyson stock. jim, last quarter 2013, sales up 7% from the prior year. are they keeping administrative and general expenses down and keeping the operating profit up? >> they've done a fabulous job, larry. i want to tell you, i miss it. i thought that this was a play that didn't have this kind of shelf life, but the grain costs came down. i was thinking farmed and dangerous, they're thinking it's a real fantastic situation. the bulls have been right on tyson. i have not been bullish enough. can i go to carolyn in kentucky, please? carolyn? >> caller: hi, jim, this is carolyn, morganfield, kentucky. i have a question about pinnacle foods, pf. i own some shares and i'm looking to increase my shares, but with a focus on healthy lifestyles and the slow start-up of pinnacle foods, is that a wise move? >> i don't know. i think, let's hear, they report next week. now, i will te
, jennifer, i want to bring in a story and larry sab adough. these are types of unexpected events pop up when a president under pressure can raise how much we can do to respond to a crisis. most americans feel for this time does not really affect them, but it depends on how it goes, right? >> sure, and this reminds us how quickly things can change in an election year. given american public opinion about military involvement abroad in the post-iraq, post-afghanistan era, it's fair to say that americans overwhelmingly would not favor any sort of military action, perhaps sanctions. but the president's options, president obama's options are really quite limited here. and i think president putin has all the aces. >> you know, there is a feeling, too, that sanctions don't really do jack whatever. i mean, right? we get past them, and rogues get past them. and rogue countries get past them. so what difference would sanctions, even severe sanctions, make? especially if we're the only ones, you know, pushing them? and much of europe is dragging its feet. >> well, very occasionally, as in the case of so
in the showroom. how you doing? i'm marcus. >> larry. nice to meet you. pleasure. >> nice to meet you, larry. >> pleasure. >> is this car for sale? >> yes, it is. >> how many miles on this? >> 2,400. it was restored. >> uh-huh. how many total cars on the lot? >> probably 20. >> total? >> total. >> 20 cars? 20 cars is more like a private collection than a used car dealership. a successful used car dealership is one that is built on having something for everyone. you have to have a wide array of price points, and a wide array of selection. is pete here? >> yeah, he's in his office. i'll take you. >> okay. >> pete. >> marcus. >> how you doing, buddy? >> pleasure. thank you for taking the time. >> absolutely. >> what did you think of the place when you first walked in? >> it's--it's--yeah. it's built out, that's for sure. >> this is my soul, i design, i architect. >> have you been in the car business a long time? >> no, i was only five years in the car business before i opened. i put everything i have in here in my soul and my bank account. can i give you a tour of the place? >> all right, let's
is that. >> president obama policy heretofore, red lines, he larry carries them out. that is a pretty gutsy move, what will be the next step? what do chinese do? what do iranians do? seems doesn't make a lot of sense or is it very likely. a much better plan would be to say we'll keystone pipeline, we'll frack, and drive the price of oil down, russia if the price of oil goes down below 80 or $90 a barrel, they are bankrupt. they can't do anything of these stuff. don't have military and subsidies to people and have a little political unrest. gerri: a lot of people completely lost sight of that economic resistance, health programs, you name it. do we have much -- >> real problem ukraine has they need $30 billion bailout and we're not going to step up for that. european union isn't. and imf won't unless is some major restructuring of corruption and good government. who is willing to step up for that? the russians. gerri: we have a long way to go. >> this story is not over yet by a long shot. gerri: i think we'll have a long time stalk talking about this. i hope you will be available to ch
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over again. >> his real name is larry. >> is that true? >> larry berra. >> yogi has a better ring. >>> anyway, when we come back, an up-dale date on this morning's rebound. plus, did the weather put the brakes on auto nation's sales? mike jackson rolls out the results here on cnbc. and the prophet marcus lemonis has a big decision to make tonight. also, as we head to a break, take a look at yesterday's winners & losers. ♪ ok, how about thirty seconds? at comcast business our internet is fast. up to 5x faster than slow dsl from the phone company. and our phone's better too. sign up for internet and voice and find out how to get four weeks of internet for free. time to make the call. 800-501-6000 comcast business. built for business. predibut, manufacturings a prettin the united states do. means advanced technology. we learned that technology allows us to be craft oriented. no one's losing their job. there's no beer robot that has suddenly chased them out. the technology is actually creating new jobs. siemens designed and built the right tools and resources to get the job done. li
is because tech isn't really contributing. a lot of people, even larry summers, talking about how cheap it is to be a start-up today and get a market value. maybe that's a problem. anyway, let's get to reporting earnings. they're down about 1.5% after hours. josh lipton has the numbers. >> sales force just reporting. the street was looking for 6 cents on 1.3 billion. sales force reports 7 cents on 1.15 billion. so a beat on the bottom and the top. just looking through here, deferred revenue up 35% to 2.5 billion. that looks a little better than what the street was looking for. subscription up 37% to 1.08 billion. a little better. services at 70 million, a little light. in terms of the forecast, q-1 basically in line here. they're looking for eps of 9 to 10 cents. the street was looking for 10 cents. q-1 revenue, 1.21 billion. that's a bit better than what the street was looking for. that stock has been up big this year. up about 60% in the past 12 months. kelly, back to you. >> yeah,, such a great story. josh, thank you. sales force chairman and ceo marc be
before larry instantly bank of america savings account to his merrill edge retirement account. before he opened his first hot chocolate stand calling winter an "underserved season". and before he quit his friend's leaf-raking business for "not offering a 401k." larry knew the importance of preparing for retirement. that's why when the time came he counted on merrill edge to streamline his investing and help him plan for the road ahead. that's the power of streamlined connections. that's merrill edge and bank of america. >>> 23 minutes past the hour. time for news by the numbers. first, $5.5 billion. that's how much the white house's 2015 budget allots for an obamacare bailout. it creates a temporary pool of money to pay insurers who have a higher than expected number of sick patients. 2016, changes to the sat will take effect. take a breath. an announcement will be made later today to spell them out. the college entrance exam getting its first upgrade since 2005. finally, $63 million. that's how much federal government is suing sprint for. the feds say the phone carrier overcharged them
a challenge sense barbara boxer. the billionaire tech executive formerly served as chief of staff to larry summers during the clinton presidency. could easily finance her own campaign which would run $30 million to $40le. . stories i argue thinly reported there. but we will see. >> whether she has political ambitions, obviouslyquestion. one wonder why up against bongsbong bongsbongs boxer when feinstein's up in 18 and will be 85 and expected not run. a nasty primary campaign in a democratic state. >> facebook may be losing one of its rainmakers in term of modernization. >> i think it's part of the narrative, she's 44, ambitious, she has been as we pointed out involved in politics in a way, serving with larry summers years ago. >> $1.6 billion. >> made the billionaire's list for the first time on "forbes." following berkshire's shareholder letter, warren buffett sat down with becky quick who joins us with more from omaha. tour deforce, you guys covered everything from bitcoin, coke, ibm, activism. where to begin? >> you know, i thought we'd start out talking about what's happening today, ca
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